A blood cancer diagnosis was life-changing for John and his family.
After spending more than 100 days away from home while John received treatment, he and his wife Jennie know exactly how important accommodation support is.
After being diagnosed with cancer at just five years old, Eleanor faced long and intensive treatment to get better.
Instead of starting prep, Eleanor was in hospital, embarking on the biggest fight of her life.
Sadie was just seven years old when she was diagnosed with cancer.
While Sadie went through 10 months of intensive treatment, she took part in Fight Cancer Foundation's education support program, ensuring she didn't fall behind at a crucial stage of her education.
Michelle’s blood cancer diagnosis came out of the blue, and within a matter of days her life was turned upside down.
She had routine blood tests on a Friday afternoon. By Tuesday she had been admitted to the oncology ward and started chemotherapy the next day.
Leni’s cancer started quietly. Sore legs. A temperature. Just feeling a bit ‘off’.
It was only when the violent vomiting started that mum and dad, Kellie and Leigh, began to fear something worse than ‘a bug going around’. Soon, doctors confirmed every parent’s worst fears.
After 31 years of marriage, Wendy and Graeme were both diagnosed with blood cancer within a few years of each other.
The couple live four hours from their treating hospital, so Wendy and Graeme had to consider how they would remain by each other’s side in their fights against cancer.
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